An evaluation of experimental juvenile kampachi (Seriola rivoliana) diets – with zero fishmeal or fish oil – finds significant potential.
Evaluation of partial replacement of fishmeal with soy protein concentrate in diets for pearl gentian grouper, a hybrid of giant grouper and tiger grouper.
Use of fish trimmings and byproducts in fishmeal and fish oil is a win for aquaculture. But challenges loom, including logistics and economics.
Fisheries improvements projects (FIPs) are an important mechanism for bettering South East Asian fisheries that supply into the aquafeed industry, a new report finds.
This study evaluated the effects of replacing fishmeal and fish oil with a plant-based diet in juvenile and on-growing rainbow trout from first-feeding.
How can the interesting and valuable research on alternate feed ingredients get from the laboratory bench to consumers’ bellies through market mechanisms?
A shift towards crop-based ingredients in shrimp feeds reduces dependency on marine resources but places resource demands onto the land and could impact the nutritional value of shrimp.
At the F3 (fish-free feed) Companies Got Talent event in Burlingame, Calif., last week, alternative (non-marine) aquafeed ingredient companies spoke of decoupling aquaculture from fishmeal and fish oil in their quest for greater sustainability.
A 15-week feeding trial evaluated the replacement of fishmeal with soybean products in the diet of advanced juvenile red drum.